Trials of Osiris is officially returning in Destiny 2 with the release of Season of the Worthy. Season of the Worthy seems to be all about Rasputin and who will try to prove itself worthy (as per the speculations). Speaking of Trials, we all know the current state of PvP on PC. Since the migration of Destiny 2 from battle.net to Steam and with Destiny 2 going F2P, cheaters roam freely inside of PvP which is probably a serious concern about Trials of Osiris.
Trials of Osiris Cheaters – A Serious Problem
According to the German community manager at Bungie, Maurice Zerjav, it looks like Bungie will be talking more about cheaters in Trials of Osiris and in Destiny 2 in general in the coming TWAB posts. Ginsor has also tweeted saying, “Bungie’s German community manager saying next TWAB will cover some changes regarding cheating for the trials’ launch.”
There has been official confirmation that Trials of Osiris won’t’ be available to every player. It will have some sort of quest/requirements that will need to be completed before you can access this competitive activity. As per Zerjav’s tweet, it says, “Yes, there will be changes to the topic of cheating until the Trials launch, even if we cannot all communicate them. We will keep you up to date in the weekly TWAB.”
We can’t wait for Trials of Osiris’ return in Destiny 2. What are your expectations for the Trials of Osiris? Let us know in the comments!
Destiny was released on September 9, 2014, on PlayStation 4, PlayStation 3, Xbox One, and Xbox 360. Destiny 2 was released on September 4, 2017, on PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC. It was released later in 2019 on Google Stadia.